Gorgeous oldie Dalmatian Emily loves snuggles and strolls. And food! She gets on fine with dogs and cats but would like a nice quiet home and plenty of comfy beds to snooze in. Could spotty Emily be the girl for you?
Two Lurcher girls are so much better than one! Jess and Maddie keep each other relaxed and entertained so all they need from you is fuss, food, walks and a comfy bed each. They love other dogs, making them a joy to take out. They’re undemanding but extremely loving. If you want twice the cuddles for half the effort, then look no further!
Lovely little Lottie simply wants someone special to devote herself to, after the death of her owner. She’s a sweet girl who loves to sleep on your lap, sometimes for hours! Could you offer Lottie a quiet home and be with her almost all the time?
Gentle, beautiful Hera has been waiting far too long in kennels. She is looking for a calm, quieter home without young children. She is fine with other dogs and may be able to live with another companion, but cannot live with a cat. She loves going for walks and walks beautifully on the lead. She has a gentle and loving nature and it is now time for her to find a loving new home where she can enjoy a long and happy retirement.
Duke is a gentle, affectionate boy who adores having cuddles. He is still young for an oldie and enjoys playing with his toys and going for a run in the fields. He could live with children, but not the very young ones, since he may knock them over in his enthusiasm to cuddle!
After 6 years in a shelter in Cyprus, Leila has travelled to Wales in search of a better life. She comes with a glowing reference from her carer in Cyprus. Leila can be shy of some men and would like a quiet home, but she likes children and needs to live with another dog to give her confidence and show her the ropes. Leila has so much love to offer her new family. Leila’s foster mum has sent updates on her, so do read those if you are interested in beautiful Leila! 16/02/2017 – Gorgeous Leila is still waiting!
Cute Candy is looking for her own long-term, foster home where she can spend the rest of her days and non-routine vets’ fees will be covered by the Rescue if necessary. Candy is happy with her own company as long as her human is close by and is no lap dog. She is okay with other dogs but would be happy as an only dog and any children in the home should be older. Candy doesn’t need much exercise and is happy pottering in the garden. Can you give Candy a loving home? 16/02/2017 – This adorable little lady is still waiting! 🙁